Kenny Ducey and Eric Mollo react to another awful showing from Daisuke Matsuzaka, and wonder if Kaz Matsui and Chien-Ming Wang have actually had better careers. Also, they dive into a big week for the Yankees, and a petition to abolish the 'Win' in baseball.
Kenny Ducey and Eric Mollo discuss the upcoming schedule for the Yankees and Mets, as well as debate whether or not the Dodgers are the best choice to win the National League.
In the latest HBO documentary, Glickman, about revered sportscaster Marty Glickman premiering tonight at 9pm, director James Freedman seems intent on paying homage to his subject’s humanity just as much as his legendary resume of work. The first athlete turned play-by-play commentator, Glickman, who passed away in 2001, became a pioneer for sportscasters, calling everything from basketball and football at the professional level to the trotters at Yonkers raceway and inspiring listeners and future broadcasters, notably many who came through the halls at WFUV.
For the thirteenth consecutive year, WFUV talks to the members of the Brooklyn Cyclones and the Staten Island Yankees in the Short Season Single-A Penn League about the trials and tribulations of being minor league ballplayers. The long bus rides, the low pay, 76 games in 80 days. This is a look into Life in the Minors: How the Other Half Lives.
This week, Matt Rosenfeld and Matt Moro talk examine what makes coaching in the minor leagues unique.
Rose, Cobb, Suzuki. Those three names are now forever associated with hitting expertise and consistent production at the plate.
It’s a story that you’ve probably seen countless times; two leading characters despise each other. One who relates to the audience with his positive morals, and the other who is the polar opposite, are forced to team up in order to halt the evil-doings of a larger-than-life villain. Along the way, however, the better man has to resort to the tactics of the skeevier one in order to get the job done.
Kenny Ducey and Eric Mollo discuss the thriller in Boston Sunday night, Travis d'Arnaud, and weight loss tips in light of Pablo Sandoval's new chef.
With the Alex Rodriguez saga taking another twist this weekend, we spoke with New York Times writer Tyler Kepner about the slugger's return to Fenway park.
Kenny Ducey and Julian Atienza bring in Bryan Hoch (@BryanHoch) to discuss Yankees, plus tell you about a bizarre night for Paul Janish and why the replay system to be implemented by baseball is flawed.